Marketplace Scratch Pad

Morning Reading

Scott Jagow Sep 25, 2009

Good morning. Today’s slate has a bit of international flair, from Ireland, China and Brazil:

The Fed’s job is only half over (Wall Street Journal) Written by a member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.

The Irish might have a better bailout blueprint (Bloomberg)

The FDIC should borrow from the taxpayers (Fortune)

If we monetize happiness, we’ll be sad (Marketwatch)

Is China ready to lead the global economy? (NPR)

Brazil’s president on “blue-eyed” bankers and emerging markets (PBS NewsHour):

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